Thursday, 22 April 2010
02:47:48 AM (GMT)
You can't put a limit to creativity, can you? No, of course not. Yea, see!? I
There's no way I can write a good story (with no profanity or graphic violence)
containing at least 15 idioms (And comes in naturally), and that's at least 2 pages,
in 2 and a half hours.
I need to let my creativity flow. And I always exceed the limit/expectations.
Because I take pride in my creative writing skills; it's the only thing I like that
I'm decent at!
If I have to write it in some time limit, it's going to come out awkward and... Not
something I'd be proud of. In fact, I'd rather take a fail than hand in work that I
know I can do so much better on!
It irks me to no end when I have to create a "masterpiece" in such a short
Ok, just no. I will not do some cheesy school story where there's
conveniently a geek who speaks in only idioms to fill the quota.
I will not do some overdone story on vampires, just so there'd be much detail
for me to write.
I want to write something that comes naturally; that doesn't pass off as rushed or
emits the sense that I could do so much better!?
I don't want to hand in something underwhelming.
And if I repeated stuff, it's because I really had to get this off my chest.
My dad really takes everything too mathematically.
"OH. YOO HAF KU-REE-AY-TEEF RITE-IIING ASSIGNMENT DOU ON FRIDAY!? DOU EET EEN TOU
ANDA HAHF OUW-IRS. TOU PA-JIS EES EEE-ZEEE."
I swear, he actually does have an annoying accent like that!